Note: This story is condensed from an extensive article posted on my blog
This video lecture was presented on Live Stream on 1/28/2013 at the U. of Ohio.
Dr. Jason Box is a glaciologist and assistant professor at Ohio State University. He's studied conditions on Greenland every season since 1994 examining the effects of climate change on the vulnerable ice sheets and glaciers.
Even as Jason Box emphasized the dramatic role of aerosols in melting arctic ice no attendees thought to ask the consequences of using the highly promoted strategy of stratospheric aerosol geoengineering to mitigate the warming effects by spraying aerosols in the atmosphere.
Furthermore, no one demonstrated an awareness of the Departmetn of Homeland Security's operation HAAMP where aerosol geoengineering and black carbon are recognized tools for augmenting tropical cyclones (Hurricanes).
Box, however does make an important contribution to establishing the significant warming effect of aerosols when he sites new data that attributes Greenland’s ice melts to aerosols of black soot from wildfires as a potent multiplier of atmospheric warming more powerful than methane. –
Publication: "Bounding the role of black carbon in the climate system" (PDF)
Forcing drought by spraying aerosols (chemtrails) from jet aircraft results in Greenland ice melts when black carbon from wildfires is deposited on tundra and established ice sheets.
Further investigation is needed to show how geoengineering aerosols can behave similar to black carbon aerosols to melt arctic ice.